MECHANICAL AND AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
Mechanical engineering is a professional programme that helps students to understand the mechanism of heavy tools and machineries. Mechanical engineers applies principles of engineering, physics and material science for research, design, develop, build, and test mechanical and thermal devices and sensors, including tools, machines and engines. Mechanical Engineers today are pursuing developments in the field such as nano technology, composites and mechatronics. Likewise, automobile engineers facilitate, design and develop designs of vehicles like motorbikes and cars. Coming from various disciplines of engineering, mechanical engineers can work right from inception stage. They take care of the mechanical, electric, electronic, software and safety elements for the duration of manufacturing.
Academic Entry Requirement
- Grade 12 – Science Stream with Maths
- Graduation – Pursue B.Tech in Mechanical/ Automobile Engineering or Pursue B.Tech + M.Tech (Dual Degree)in Mechanical/ Automobile Engineering
- After Graduation – Pursue M.Tech
- After Post Graduation – Pursue Ph.D.
- Tech in Mechanical Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Tool Design
- Piping Design and Engineering Course
- Master’s in Business Administration
- Robotics Course
- Mechatronics Course
Who can hire?
Automotive industry, Aerospace industry, Construction industry, Chemicals industry, Defence industry, Marine industry, Fast-moving consumer goods industry, Oil and gas industry, Materials and metals industry, Power generation industry, Pharmaceuticals industry, Utilities industry and Rail industry.
Mechanical Engineering covers characteristics like testing and design among others. The job demands management and planning of live projects related to nuclear stations, thermal power plants, generation of electricity, etc. There are opportunities of employment for diploma holders who have practical knowledge of working on fields like testing of machinery etc.
The developing fields in this area comprise automobiles, renewable energy, quality control, Mechanobiology, Industrial Automation.